California Appellate Court Rules Stray Remarks Enough to Defeat Summary Judgment In Age Discrimination Case

A California Court of Appeal recently held that stray remarks by a non-decision maker regarding a position not sought after by the plaintiff may nonetheless be enough to defeat summary judgment in an age discrimination case in Jorgensen v. Loyola Marymount University.

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